Originally Posted by CommandoSS
Personally, I would just go buy an Optima Redtop (or Yellowtop), take it to the dealership, and tell them to put it in.
I've had HORRIBLE experiences with GM's stock ACDelco batteries. They SUCK. They barely last 2 years out where I live. Not sure where you live but if you have cold winters or hot summers and know that you will be putting the car through some cold starts, I would just swap out that battery now.
The first mod I do to all of my GM vehicles is swap the battery. It will be the same with the camaro.
I'm interested to see how long the battery will last now that it's not subject to the heat from the engine compartment.
Sounds like a new TSB maybe? Glad to hear it was a minor problem that can be fixed easily.